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Selective inhibition of juxtanuclear translocation of protein kinase C betaII by a negative feedback mechanism involving ceramide formed from the salvage pathway.
Involvement of sphingolipids in apoptin-induced cell killing.
cPKC-dependent sequestration of membrane-recycling components in a subset of recycling endosomes.
Isoenzyme-specific translocation of protein kinase C (PKC)betaII and not PKCbetaI to a juxtanuclear subset of recycling endosomes: involvement of phospholipase D.
Regulation of membrane trafficking and endocytosis by protein kinase C: emerging role of the pericentrion, a novel protein kinase C-dependent subset of recycling endosomes.
Sustained receptor stimulation leads to sequestration of recycling endosomes in a classical protein kinase C- and phospholipase D-dependent manner.
Co-ordinated activation of classical and novel PKC isoforms is required for PMA-induced mTORC1 activation.